Holcim Awards 2023 Announces Global Winners

Diverse and innovative real-world approaches to creating a more sustainable built environment

  • Holcim Awards 2023

    Representatives of the 20 winning projects of Holcim Awards for 2023 gathered in Venice for the presentation of prizes. Selected by five independent expert jury panels worldwide, these projects represent highly contextual and practicable approaches to sustainable construction: across diverse scales, budgets, geographies, and forms including Holcim Awards Gold prize winners in Canada, China, Ghana, Mexico, and Spain.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Gold for Asia Pacific - Fujian Tulou

    Conservation and adaptive reuse of heritage buildings | Zhangzhou, Fujian, China | Tiantian Xu, DnA_Design and Architecture

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Gold for Asia Pacific

    For Fujian Tulou, Zhangzhou, Fujian, China (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Executive Director, Holcim Foundation; Manit Rastogi (Chair of Jury), Founding Partner of Morphogenesis, India; Tiantian Xu and Weina Wang DnA_Design and Architecture, China; and Priya Pawar, Program Manager – Holcim Awards, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Gold for Europe - Infinito Delicias

    360° co-design process for rehabilitation of an industrial building | Madrid, Spain | Husos, Elii, and Ultrazul

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Gold for Europe

    For Infinito Delicias, Madrid, Spain (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Executive Director, Holcim Foundation; Belinda Tato (Chair of Jury), Founder of ecosistema urbano, Madrid, Spain; the collaborative team from Husos, Elii, and Ultrazul, Madrid, Spain; and Priya Pawar, Program Manager – Holcim Awards, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Gold for Latin America - Utopia Estrella Iztapalapa

    Urban forest and social infrastructure precinct | Mexico City, Mexico | CANO | VERA Arquitectura

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Gold for Latin America

    For Utopía Estrella Iztapalapa, Mexico City, Mexico (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Executive Director, Holcim Foundation; Tatiana Bilbao (Chair of Jury), Founder and Principal of Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, Mexico; the team from CANO | VERA Arquitectura; and Priya Pawar, Program Manager – Holcim Awards, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Gold for Middle East & Africa - Surf Ghana Collective

    Youth empowerment and responsible tourism co-operative | Busua, Ghana | Juergen Strohmayer and Glenn DeRoché

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Gold for Middle East & Africa

    Surf Ghana Collective (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Holcim Foundation; Lesley Lokko OBE (Chair of Jury), Founder & Director, African Futures Institute, Ghana, and Curator of the 18th Biennale di Venezia; Glenn DeRoché and Juergen Strohmayer, DeRoché Strohmayer, Ghana; and Priya Pawar, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Gold for North America - 1925 Victoria Park Ave

    High-tech and low-cost modular housing solution for urban living | Toronto, ON, Canada | Well Grounded Real Estate, Partisans - Serotiny Group, and CREE Buildings

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Gold for North America

    1925 Victoria Park Ave, Toronto, Canada (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Holcim Foundation; Craig Dykers (Chair of Jury), Snøhetta, USA; Gabriel Diamond, Jonathan Diamond & Harvey Diamond, Well Grounded Real Estate, Canada; Rainer Strauch & Wojciech Niedzwiedz, CREE, Austria; Pooya Baktash, Partisans - Serotiny Group, Canada; and Priya Pawar, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Silver for Asia Pacific - Ger Plug-In 3.0

    High-performance utility solutions for traditional housing | Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia | District Development Unit, Energy Efficient Design Build, and Ger Hub

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Silver for Asia Pacific

    Ger Plug-In 3.0 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Holcim Foundation; Manit Rastogi (Chair of Jury), Founding Partner of Morphogenesis, India; Joshua Bolchover, District Development Unit, Hong Kong; Dulguun Batkhisheg, Energy Efficient Design Build, Mongolia; Jersey Poon, District Development Unit, Hong Kong; and Priya Pawar, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Silver for Asia Pacific - Urban Nature Project, Natural History Museum

    Urban biodiversity and public education landscape program | London, United Kingdom | Feilden Fowles, J&L Gibbons, and Natural History Museum

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Silver for Europe

    For Urban Nature Project, Natural History Museum (NHM), UK (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Executive Director, Holcim Foundation; Belinda Tato (Chair of Jury), Founder of ecosistema urbano, Madrid, Spain; Keith Jennings, NHM; Matthew Glen, Feilden Fowles; Natalie Tacq, NHM; Neil Davidson and Victoria Sutherland, J&L Gibbons, UK; and Priya Pawar, Program Manager – Holcim Awards, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Silver for Latin America - San José De Nueva Venecia School

    School refurbishment enabling flexible community use | Sitio Nuevo, Colombia | FP-Arquitectura

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Silver for Latin America

    For San José De Nueva Venecia School, Sitio Nuevo, Colombia (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Executive Director, Holcim Foundation; Tatiana Bilbao (Chair of Jury), Founder and Principal of Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, Mexico; the team from FP Arquitectura; and Priya Pawar, Program Manager – Holcim Awards, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Silver for Middle East & Africa - Stream Co-Habitat

    Ecosystem regeneration and urban re-engagement program | Tuzla, Turkey | Openact Architecture

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Silver for Middle East & Africa

    For Stream Co-Habitat, Tuzla, Turkey (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Holcim Foundation; Lesley Lokko OBE (Chair of Jury), Founder & Director of African Futures Institute, Accra, Ghana and Curator of the 18th International Architecture Exhibition; Zuhal Kol and Carlos Zarco Sanz, Openact Architecture; and Priya Pawar, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Silver for North America - Maritime Innovation Center

    Deep energy retrofit for “blue tech” economy hub | Seattle, WA, USA | The Miller Hull Partnership

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Silver for North America

    For Maritime Innovation Center, Seattle, WA, USA (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Executive Director, Holcim Foundation; Craig Dykers (Chair of Jury), Founding Partner of Snøhetta, New York, USA; Mike Jobes, Catharine Killien, Andrew Simes and Nicole Verkist, The Miller Hull Partnership; and Priya Pawar, Program Manager – Holcim Awards, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Bronze for Asia Pacific - NUS Yusof Ishak House

    Energy-efficient retrofit of heritage university hub | Singapore | National University of Singapore (NUS)

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Bronze for Asia Pacific

    For NUS Yusof Ishak House, Singapore (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Executive Director, Holcim Foundation; Manit Rastogi (Chair of Jury), Founding Partner of Morphogenesis, India; Erik L'Heureux and Giovanni Cossu, National University of Singapore; and Priya Pawar, Program Manager – Holcim Awards, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Bronze for Europe - Haus 2+

    Urban infill for a mixed use cultural building | Berlin, Germany | Office ParkScheerbarth

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Bronze for Europe

    For Haus 2+, Berlin, Germany (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Executive Director, Holcim Foundation; Belinda Tato (Chair of Jury), Founder of ecosistema urbano, Madrid, Spain; the team from Office ParkScheerbarth, Germany; and Priya Pawar, Program Manager – Holcim Awards, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Bronze for Latin America - Saving Portete - Sustainable Island

    Designing for resilience in a coastal settlement | Esmeraldas, Ecuador | Rama Estudio

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Bronze for Latin America

    For Saving Portete – Sustainable Island, Esmeraldas, Ecuador (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Holcim Foundation; Tatiana Bilbao (Chair of Jury), Founder and Principal of Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, Mexico; Carla Chávez, Carolina Rodas and Felipe Donoso, Rama Estudio, Ecuador; and Priya Pawar, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Bronze for Middle East & Africa - Kfar Houneh Ecolodge

    User centric solution for environmental remediation | Kfar Houneh, Lebanon | Akl Architects

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Bronze for Middle East & Africa

    For Kfar Houneh Ecolodge, Kfar Houneh, Lebanon (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Holcim Foundation; Perla El Khoury and Karim Fares, Akl Architects, Lebanon; Lesley Lokko OBE (Chair of Jury), Founder & Director of African Futures Institute, Accra, Ghana; Curator of the 18th Biennale di Venezia; and Priya Pawar, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Bronze for North America - Kaiser Borsari Hall

    University building with on-site energy generation and storage | Bellingham, WA, USA | Perkins&Will

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Bronze for North America

    For Kaiser Borsari Hall, Bellingham, WA, USA (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Executive Director, Holcim Foundation; Craig Dykers (Chair of Jury), Founding Partner of Snøhetta, New York, USA; Ryan Bussard and Devin Kleiner, Perkins&Will, USA; and Priya Pawar, Program Manager – Holcim Awards, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Acknowledgement for Asia Pacific - Post-Covid Factory

    Refurbishment through passive design for enhanced user comfort | Đồng Nai, Vietnam | Le Quang-Architect(s)

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Acknowledgement for Asia Pacific

    Post-Covid Factory, Đồng Nai, Vietnam (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Executive Director, Holcim Foundation; Manit Rastogi (Chair of Jury), Founding Partner of Morphogenesis, India; Quang Le and Nhu Hunynh Vo, Le Quang-Architect(s), Germany/Vietnam; and Priya Pawar, Program Manager – Holcim Awards, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Acknowledgement for Europe - High-Rise H1 Zwhatt Site

    Hybrid, high-rise, low-tech housing solution | Regensdorf, Switzerland | Roger Boltshauser, Boltshauser Architekten

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Acknowledgement for Europe

    For High-Rise H1 Zwhatt Site, Regensdorf, Switzerland (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Executive Director, Holcim Foundation; Belinda Tato (Chair of Jury), Founder of ecosistema urbano, Madrid, Spain; the team from Boltshauser Architekten, Switzerland; and Priya Pawar, Program Manager – Holcim Awards, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Acknowledgement for Latin America - Memories of Water

    Amphibious park system for ecological restoration | Rio Negro, Colombia | TAP Arquitectura, Rojas Arquitectos, Geográfica Sur, Cosme Landscape Architecture, and EMS Arquitectos

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Acknowledgement for Latin America

    Memories of Water, Colombia (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Holcim Foundation; Tatiana Bilbao (Chair of Jury), Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, Mexico; Laura Daniela Urueña Serna and Juan Manuel Bernal Arias, Geográfica Sur; Juan David Torres Rojas, Rojas Arquitectos; Juan José Vargas Castillo, TAP Arquitectura; Gustavo Adolfo Salazar Cosme, Cosme Landscape Architecture; and Priya Pawar, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Acknowledgement for Middle East & Africa - Ezbet Eshaq’s Eco Classroom

    Community learning space constructed from recycled materials | Ezbet Eshaq, Egypt | BENAA Foundation for Sustainable Development

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Acknowledgement for Middle East & Africa

    For Ezbet Eshaq’s Eco Classroom, Egypt (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Holcim Foundation; Lesley Lokko OBE (Chair of Jury), Founder & Director of African Futures Institute, Accra, Ghana; Curator of the 18th International Venice Biennale; Islam Mahmoud and Rasha Torieh, BENAA Foundation for Sustainable Development; and Priya Pawar, Holcim Foundation.

  • Holcim Awards 2023 Acknowledgement for North America - Muscowpetung Powwow Arbour

    Traditionally constructed cultural space for an indigenous community | Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation, SK, Canada | Oxbow Architecture and Richard Kroeker

  • Presentation of the Holcim Awards 2023 Acknowledgement for North America

    For Muscowpetung Powwow Arbour, Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation, SK, Canada (l-r): Laura Viscovich, Executive Director, Holcim Foundation; Craig Dykers (Chair of Jury), Founding Partner of Snøhetta, New York, USA; Brad Pickard, Oxbow Architecture; Richard Kroeker, Richard Kroeker Design; Jon Reid, Wolfrom Engineering; and Priya Pawar, Program Manager – Holcim Awards, Holcim Foundation.

The Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction has announced the winners of its international Holcim Awards for 2023, underscoring the breadth of diverse and innovative real-world approaches to transforming the built environment.

Last updated: November 18, 2023 Venice, Italy

  • A total prize pool of USD 1 million awarded to projects recognized in the world’s most significant competition dedicated to sustainable construction.
  • Five Holcim Awards Gold winners champion approaches ranging from adaptive reuse and material circularity to participatory design and cooperative business models.
  • Fifteen further prizes awarded, illustrating the breadth of diverse and innovative real-world approaches to creating a more sustainable built environment.

From the bustling streets of Madrid to heritage conservation efforts in China, the winning projects – awarded prize money totaling USD 1 million – exemplify the growing global effort to provide holistic design and construction responses that advance multiple aspects of sustainable development.

The competition had 2,380 registrations of interest from 114 countries and 500 submissions that met the entry criteria. Out of these, five projects were awarded a Holcim Awards Gold prize for their outstanding contribution to local sustainable development within their region. These projects, hailing from Canada, China, Ghana, Mexico, and Spain, are beacons of contextually-relevant design which thoughtfully balance the need for inclusive, human-centric spaces and environmental stewardship. The winning projects champion advances in approaches ranging from adaptive reuse and material circularity to participatory design and cooperative business models. They also address critical challenges including energy management, community empowerment and issues of land use and restoration.

Laura Viscovich, Executive Director of the Holcim Foundation, highlighted the common ambition of all the winning projects to enhance community health, wellbeing, and prosperity. She praised the winners for designs which embody the Foundation’s goals for sustainable construction, stating, “In a world where sustainability has multiple interpretations, the Holcim Foundation is proud to shine a light on projects that demonstrate best-in-class solutions for creating uplifting places that meet human development goals while restoring and regenerating natural systems. We encourage all our Holcim Awards winners to use this global recognition as a platform to help speed up the realization of sustainable construction in their regions.”

The Holcim Awards 2023 Gold winners, applauded for their innovative and impactful sustainable design and construction methods, are:




Holcim Awards 2023 Gold
(USD 100,000 each)

  • ASIA PACIFIC: Fujian Tulou, Zhangzhou, Fujian, China by DnA_Design and Architecture. The project defines a conservation approach through adaptive reuse and proposes a prototypical framework for giving new value to traditional tulou structures.
  • EUROPE: Infinito Delicias (under the title El 17. Composition of Knowledge House), Madrid, Spain by Husos, Elii, and Ultrazul. A rehabilitation of an industrial building into a vibrant community hub using a comprehensive 360° co-design process that emphasizes material circularity and increases urban biodiversity.
  • LATIN AMERICA: Utopía Estrella Iztapalapa, Mexico City, Mexico by CANO | VERA Arquitectura. An urban remediation project that aims to transform a site including a former landfill to create facilities for sport, culture, social engagement, and ecological education for the 230,000 inhabitants of Iztapalapa.
  • MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA: Surf Ghana Collective, Busua, Ghana by Juergen Strohmayer and Glenn DeRoché. A responsible tourism co-operative that repurposes an existing building to create a dynamic community space which enhances economic opportunities and empowers youth in Busua.
  • NORTH AMERICA: 1925 Victoria Park Ave., Toronto, ON, Canada by Well Grounded Real Estate, Partisans - Serotiny Group and CREE Buildings. A high-tech and low-cost modular housing solution that re-imagines sustainable apartment living through the design of the first 12-floor near-zero, mixed use rental development in Ontario.

The Holcim Awards Juries recognized fifteen further projects for their contribution to advancing sustainable construction:


Holcim Awards Silver
(USD 60,000 each)

  • ASIA PACIFIC: Ger Plug-In 3.0, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia by District Development Unit, Energy Efficient Design Build, and Ger Hub. A housing prototype upgrades Ger (traditional felt tent) dwellings to provide affordable and energy efficient housing with integrated infrastructure that improves air quality, health, and wellbeing.
  • EUROPE: Urban Nature Project, Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom by Feilden Fowles, J&L Gibbons and the Natural History Museum. The landscape program transforms the two-hectare Gardens of London to increase biodiversity, accessibility, scientific research, and best practice outdoor nature-learning while responding to the urgent need to re-engage people with the natural world and urban wildlife.
  • LATIN AMERICA: San José De Nueva Venecia School, Sitio Nuevo, Colombia by FP Arquitectura. A refurbishment project that expands and renovates a village school for flexible community use, and provides innovative biological waste-water treatment for enhanced ecosystem health.
  • MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA: Stream Co-Habitat, Tuzla, Turkey by Openact Architecture. An ecosystem regeneration and urban re-engagement program that aims to develop a design scheme based on the waterlines shaping Tuzla’s natural landscape and lifestyle while reconnecting it to its historical and cultural roots.
  • NORTH AMERICA: Maritime Innovation Center, Seattle, WA, USA by The Miller Hull Partnership. A deep energy retrofit for a “blue tech” economy hub that reuses much of the century-old heavy timber structure and delivers 105% of the building’s annual energy needs by ground source heat exchange.

Holcim Awards Bronze
(USD 30,000 each)

  • ASIA PACIFIC: NUS Yusof Ishak House, Singapore by the National University of Singapore (NUS). Adaptive reuse and retrofit of a 1970s university administration building that aims to be the first of its kind on campus to achieve the target of net-zero energy in its operational phase.
  • EUROPE: Haus 2+, Berlin, Germany by Office ParkScheerbarth. A mixed-used building extension for a cooperatively organized cultural complex that expands the architectural language of prefabricated timber structures beyond their typical angularity while maximizing energy efficiency.
  • LATIN AMERICA: Saving Portete – Sustainable Island, Esmeraldas, Ecuador by Rama Estudio. A resilience project for a coastal community following an earthquake in 2016 that creates a sustainable island with affordable and decent housing as well as community infrastructure that responds to local needs.
  • MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA: Kfar Houneh Ecolodge, Kfar Houneh, Lebanon by Akl Architects. An environmental remediation project located on the outskirts of Kfar Houneh village that promotes responsible tourism and historic preservation and incorporates an ecolodge built with eco-friendly materials and techniques, utilizing locally sourced natural materials.
  • NORTH AMERICA: Kaiser Borsari Hall, Bellingham, WA, USA by Perkins&Will. A university building with on-site energy generation and storage that achieves a 63% reduction in embodied carbon and a 100% reduction in operational carbon, designed according to International Living Future Institute “smart building” standards.

Holcim Awards Acknowledgement
(USD 10,000 each)

  • ASIA PACIFIC: Post-Covid Factory, Đồng Nai, Vietnam by Le Quang-Architect(s). An industrial refurbishment project that delivers a better indoor and outdoor work environment through a more dense yet permeable massing that features breathable surfaces, integrated natural landscape, efficient energy use of equipment and ventilation systems.
  • EUROPE: High-Rise H1 Zwhatt Site, Regensdorf, Switzerland by Boltshauser Architekten. A tower of flexible modular apartments for 2,000 residents that concentrates density to reserve land for well-structured outdoor space, and generates around half of the electrical energy required for the apartments via integrated and rooftop photovoltaics.
  • LATIN AMERICA: Memories of Water, Rio Negro, Colombia by TAP Arquitectura, Rojas Arquitectos, Geográfica Sur, Cosme Landscape Architecture, and EMS Arquitectos. An amphibious park system located on a floodplain that seeks to reinvigorate its territory with habitat revitalization strategies that reconcile and strengthen the living dynamic of the natural and urban landscape.
  • MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA: Ezbet Eshaq’s Eco Classroom, Ezbet Eshaq, Egypt by BENAA Foundation for Sustainable Development. A learning space constructed with the help of the local community in the agricultural village of Ezbet Eshaq that uses recycled materials including 9,000 reused plastic bottles filled with sand, locally sourced compressed earth blocks, bamboo, and natural clay.
  • NORTH AMERICA: Muscowpetung Powwow Arbour, Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation, SK, Canada by Oxbow Architecture and Richard Kroeker. A traditionally constructed cultural space for an indigenous community that supports economic objectives by engaging local sources of labor in the building process using construction approaches that are strategically aligned with local resources and skills.

The Holcim Awards, with its mission of recognizing and promoting projects from around the world that are accelerating sustainable construction, has a rigorous selection process driven by independent regional juries. The juries assess each submission using a holistic approach to sustainability which focuses on environmental, social, and economic impacts, contextual relevance, and transferability potential.

About the Holcim Awards Juries

The Holcim Awards juries were led by:

  • ASIA PACIFIC: Manit Rastogi, Founding Partner of Morphogenesis, New Delhi, India.
  • EUROPE: Belinda Tato, Founder of ecosistema urbano, Madrid, Spain, and Associate Professor in Practice of Landscape Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA, USA.
  • LATIN AMERICA: Tatiana Bilbao, Founder and Principal of Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, Mexico City, Mexico.
  • MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA: Lesley Lokko OBE, Founder & Director of African Futures Institute, Accra, Ghana; Curator of the 18th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia.
  • NORTH AMERICA: Craig Dykers, Founding Partner of Snøhetta, New York, USA.

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Holcim Awards 2023 – Prize Presentation Ceremony

Watch a replay of the Holcim Awards 2023 presentation ceremony, where 20 projects from around the world are recognized in the world’s most significant competition dedicated to sustainable construction.

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About the Holcim Awards for Sustainable Construction

The Holcim Awards for Sustainable Construction are the world’s most significant competition for sustainable design – showcasing projects that contribute to the transformation of the building sector. Established in 2004, the Awards commend projects that combine sustainable design and sustainable construction with architectural excellence. Boasting a global footprint, the Holcim Awards have notably conferred over 340 prizes. For these innovators, the accolade is more than just recognition – it’s a catalyst. From bolstering project legitimacy to garnering international peer appreciation, the Holcim Awards play a key role in accelerating the best ideas and solutions for a more sustainable built environment.

About the Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction

Founded in 2003, the Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction supports change accelerators in the built environment globally. Since its inception, the Foundation has investigated and communicated the various aspects of sustainable construction via a series of roundtables and conferences with international experts. It has also recognized excellent contributions to this field with the Holcim Awards which are considered the world’s most significant competition for sustainable design.

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